Seeking Judicial Accountability Across America
Redoubt News has been on the front lines looking at problems within the judicial branch. We reported on the tragedy with LaVoy Finicum. We called for help with the tragedy that took place in the prosecution of Joe Robertson. Recently we came into full contact with another level of corruption that is directly tied to the judicial branch.
Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services has been making headlines in case after case of allegations of child abuse and theft by the government. Debi Westlake along with John Walton have been calling for help to fight for their children. Raye and Keith Newmeyer spent nearly every day at the legislature this past session calling for help.
Each time we go to a government agency or an official in the judicial system, we are readily met with closed doors. Certain individuals that are being consumed by this system are having gag orders placed on them because they are seeking accountability and transparency. Some of those that are standing up to fight for their rights are even being thrown in jail.
Citizens across Montana continue watch and hope for the restoration of the Constitutional Republic that is run for and by the people. Over multiple legislative cycles, the people have looked towards the Montana Legislature to fix the broken judicial system.
Unfortunately legislators are often placed in a precarious position due to pressure from judges. Even lawyers that are pressured by judges are regularly lobbying the legislature every 2 years. Is that action on behalf of the people? Many claim it is not, and instead an act by the judicial system to further enhance the power over the government and the people.
The cry for help has been getting louder with each case that we help expose for the general public. We seek the facts to share with the people but often our request is put on the shelf for indefinite lengths of time resulting in our request becoming moot. Distortion of the cause of action followed up by a manipulation of the laws results in total control of the judicial system.
Bart Crabtree from Great Falls Montana was convicted on seemingly fishy charges of theft, and spent 17 months incarcerated by the officials responsible for an oath to defend the Constitution. He sought legal help from across Montana but the judicial system had him locked out. In his search for help, he came across “The National Forum On Judicial Accountability” and contacted them.
Zena Crenshaw-Logal was keynote speaker at an event held in Great Falls, Montana sponsored by Report Injustice Montana-Montana Forum on Judicial Accountability and the National Forum On Judicial Accountability.
Zena is a legal scholar tasked with seeking remedies to efficiently expose problems in the judicial branch across America. She reminded everyone at the event that President Trump is constantly under attack by the judicial branch to no avail.
Zena took on the 7th Circuit and found corruption within the judicial branch had complete power. The Supreme Court of Indiana was forced to hear from Zena appearing pro se as she brought action in district court to challenge Rule 23 of Indiana’s attorney disciplinary rules. She alleged that a subpoena issued to her by the Disciplinary Commission of the Supreme Court of Indiana violated her constitutional rights. US Court of Appeals For the Seventh Circuit- 170 f.3d 725.
The organization presents the citizens of Montana an opportunity to fight for their rights, to remedy short term problems and establish and maintain a long range accountability program. Stay tuned for more information on judicial accountability.
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